You know I will. I've already killed one battery, and there's two more here that need to die. I ordered three more Nano Techs. These I need to try to be a little better to, because they're the ones going with me in July when Patrick and I do the trip to the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome.
Well, like I said. It's partly because of all the dust I've been flying in. The other might have to do with hitting the ground tail rotor first. I think it shoved so hard on the shaft that it knocked the bearings out of their channels, and it went down hill from there.
I'm trying to decide what my next step will be. I'm spending my July trip money on repairs, and that's not a good thing.
I broke out the original motors, the ones I set aside because I thought one was bad. Different brands, different KV, so I couldn't just swap one. I plugged each one in, and tried it out. They all worked. AWESOME!!!
I locked them all in place, and took it out for a flight.
I'm so addicted. The humming sound of the props, that buzz as you snap it out of forward flight into a sudden hover. The easy swooping banking turns, and the slow and gentle yaw pirouettes. I just want to fly until I can't see it anymore because the night as set in. Of course... I could always add lights.